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Monogram P A M C (?) Coronet of a Marquess
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The monogram appears to be a combination of the letters P M A C surmounted by a marquess’s coronet. The publication dates of the books cited coincide with the dates of Harry Powlett [Paulet], 4th Duke of Bolton (1691-1759), known as the 9th Marquess of Winchester until his elevation to the dukedom in 1754. However, the initials do not match.
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Initial C Coronet of an Earl
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The following earls were active in 1834, when the book bearing the initial “C” was published: Cadogan; Carlisle; Carnarvon; Carrick; Castle Stewart; Cathcart; Cavan; Cawdor; Chichester; Clancarty; Clanwilliam; Clarendon; Cork and Orrery; Courtown; Coventry; and Craven.
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Crest A pheasant (?) regardant
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Crest Out of a ducal coronet an oak tree entwined by a serpent descending
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According to Burke’s General armory, this is probably the crest of O’Reilly [Riley; Reilly]. One branch of this family who used this crest is from Baltrasna, county Meath - the county being the subject of the book cited.
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Crest On a ducal coronet a cock
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Fairbairn’s Crests has no record of this crest.
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Crest Rising out of clouds a sun in splendour
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Fairbairn’s Crests, plate 162/3 provides four possible owners: Blunt; Crowley; Firbank; Pawson.
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Crest A dexter cubit arm bendwise holding a scimitar impaled with a Saracen’s [Turk’s] head Coronet of a Viscount
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No example of this stamp could be traced in any of the reference sources. It could be Continental.
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Monogram V B
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Possibly the monogram of Lieutenant-Colonel Valentine Blacker, C.B Surveyor-General of India (1778-1823), the 4th son of St John Blacker, rector of Moira, co. Down, who married Emma Johnson of Liverpool in 1813. Authored A history of the Maharatta War in 1821.
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Crest A demi-griffin wings addorsed
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Fairbairn’s Crests plates 64/2 and 64/5 list 143 families who used this crest
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Initials E B B Coronet of a Duke
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There is a couple of possibilities in identifying this stamp: it is probably Elizabeth (Bosawen), Duchess of Beaufort (1747-1828), wife of Henry Somerset, 5th Duke of Beaufort; or Elizabeth (Brudenell), Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry (1743-1827), wife of Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry.
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Arms From the sinister a dexter cubit arm vested [gauntlet] holding a dagger (or broken sword) in pale point upwards impaling a chevron ermine
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Dexter: Papworth: gules a dexter hand couped fessways holding a broken spear in pale: Gibb or Gibe. Fairbairn’s Crests, plate 223/10: Lee of London. Sinister: Papworth: Chevron ermines: Baynard; Berkeley; Boxall [Boxell]; Gistelle; Gonneys; Gwys; Kirkby; Kirkley; Ladbroke; Lidderdale; Lodebroke [Ludbrook]; Souce [Souche]; Wallis; Wolley; Williams; Wymanson; Wysse.
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Crest A lion rampant
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Seen in conjunction with stamp IZZZ221_s2 - [initial N surmounted by the hand of Ulster]
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Initial N surmounted by an escutcheon with the hand of Ulster
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Used in conjunction with stamp IZZZ221_s1 - [Crest: A lion rampant]
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Monogram VC
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Possibly Verena Maud, Viscountess Churchill (1865-1938), daughter of Henry Lowther 3rd Earl Of Lonsdale, and wife of Victor Albert Francis Charles, 1st Viscount Churchill (1864-1934), who was raised to viscountcy in 1902.
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Monogram F C
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Arms a cross patty surmounted by a wheel with five spokes Motto VIVE VT VIVAS Legend 1611
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Initials W T
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There were no dukes with a title beginning with the letter ”T”, though several dukes, at various times, had the courtesy title Viscount Tavistock.
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Crest a boar’s head couped
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This crest was frequently used. Fairbairn’s Crests, pl. 42/2 lists 63 families who used this crest.
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Crest Out of a mural coronet an otter’s [talbot's] head couped
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The crest resembles an otter's head, though it could be a talbot's. There is nothing fitting under "otter" in any of the reference guides, but in Fairbairn's Crests there are ten entries under "Out of a mural coronet a talbot’s head couped": Amory; Brampton; Bromige; Damer; Holme; Martin; Nesbitt; Reanolds or Reignolds; Richards; Routh.
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Crest A bear statant transfixed by an arrow in bend sinister the point downwards
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Fairbairn's Crests offers three possibilities (plate 34/4): Creting(e); Debnam; Farrel(l)
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